Online sportsbooks Heritage Sports, 5Dimes, GTbets, and WagerWeb have released several new NFL prop bets for the upcoming season.
SBR has formatted these NFL prop bets in the NFL betting futures directory, which shows the currently available price in a horizontal chart, allowing sports bettors to shop for the best NFL odds.
Players can bet on a large variety of prop bets. For instance, as of this publication Adrian Peterson is an average of +550 to record the most rushing yards in the 2015-16 NFL regular season. The best odds on Peterson are at the moment offered by online sportsbook 5Dimes with their +600 payout. This means a single $100 bet returns $600.
Most Passing Yards market
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is the shortest priced player atop the sportsbooks market for the player to record the most passing yards at an average of +350. Factoring in their cash-back platform and reduced juice, Heritage Sports price of +350 likely offers players the most value. Aaron Rodgers is an average of +450 in this same market.
Most Receiving Yards market
Antonio Brown is an average of +500 to finish the NFL season with the most receiving yards. The best available odds by far as of now are at online sportsbook Ladbrokes, who offer a 7 to 1 payout on this outcome. Julio Jones is the second favorite of the market and is priced at the best odds of +725 and +750 at betting sites Heritage and 5Dimes.
In the regular season win totals market, the New England Patriots are listed with an over/under of 10; sportsbooks adjusted their pricing following news of Tom Brady's fate resting in Roger Goodell's hands, as reported at SBR Picks originally. The over is priced at -190, and the under available at the odds of +150.
Regular Season Win Total market
The Green Bay Packers are listed with an over/under of 11 wins, with the average odds requiring a $120 wager to win $100 on the over, and $105 to win $100 on the under.
Super Bowl Outright Winner market
As for what sportsbook managers have confirmed as the easy single most wagered NFL futures market of the year each year – the Super Bowl outright winner – the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers are the two most likely to win Super Bowl 50 with their +425 and +630 payouts respectively.
Sportsbook Review will continue to update readers as the NFL prop betting markets fluctuate and new prop bets are released by online sportsbooks.